Instantaneous Acceleration

Written by Jerry Ratzlaff on . Posted in Classical Mechanics

Instantaneous acceleration, abbreviated as \(a_i\), is the acceleration at a particular moment in time along its path.


Formulas that use Instantaneous Acceleration

\(\large{ a_i = \frac { d v} {d t }   }\)   


\(\large{ a_i }\) = instantaneous acceleration

\(\large{ dt }\) = time differential

\(\large{ dv }\) = velocity differential


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